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While the disastrous performance of the Congress in the just-concluded assembly elections has enfeebled the “high command” (some partymen are referring to it as “low command”),the rebels in Karnataka are galvanising themselves into a fresh bout of campaigning against Siddaramaiah Digvijaya Singh who is in charge of the party’s affairs in Karnataka may have to begin the state first for the “surgery” he spoke about after the assembly election rout earlier this month Even if the “surgery” stops short of jettisoning Siddaramaiah the leadership is in no position to ignore the rebels completely The gravity of the crisis can be gauged from the fact that only 80 of the party’s 152 legislators (including 29 members of the legislative council) turned up for the legislature party meeting that the chief minister called three months ago and even fewer were present at the dinner that followed Among the abstainers were many senior leaders including Revenue Minister V Srinivasa Prasad and several former ministers ‘Lower’ vs ‘upper’ castes Caste comes in as a handy stick in politics to beat the enemy with Siddaramaiah belongs to the backward caste of Kurubas The state party chief G Parameshwara is a Dalit Some dissidents argue that with the “lower” castes cornering both the top posts the upper-caste voters may keep away from the party This they claim will only bolster the BJP which recently brought back the upper-caste Lingayat veteran BS Yeddyurappa as its state president Not all the rebels have the same demands Some want the chief minister to be changed Some of those who want a change want SM Krishna an upper-caste Vokkaliga Some others prefer Mallikarjun Kharge the Congress leader in Lok Sabha a Dalit They want the state party chief’s post to go to a Vokkaliga And there are other rebels who want no more than a reconstitution of the ministry In other words at least some of them want to be made ministers The net result of all this is that the chief minister and many senior leaders don’t see eye to eye Party meetings are often shouting matches This shouting is often carried over to streets and public forums And the rebels keep making beeline for Delhi to complain to central leaders about the chief minister Fed up some of them are even demanding that Digvijaya Singh be stripped of his Karnataka responsibility As if all this was not enough you have Assembly Speaker Kagodu Thimmappa whose loaded actions and words occasionally cause acute embarrassment to Siddaramaiah The ‘outsider’ syndrome At the root of all this tension is the ‘outsider’ tag that Siddaramaiah’s foes in the Congress attach to him This is because of his relatively recent entry into the party He was an active anti-Congress politician associated with one Janata outfit or another till Deve Gowda expelled him from Janata Dal (Secular) in 2005 He joined the Congress the next year and went on to become the chief minister The ‘you-are-an-outsider’ tone was hard to miss when senior party leader Janardhana Poojary once publicly gave Siddaramaiah this piece of advice: “The chief minister should maintain the legacy of the Congress which stands for clean and transparent governance” Siddaramaiah’s factotum and Social Welfare Minister H Anjaneya took the outsider-insider tussle to a new low when he shot back saying that Poojary had been losing elections because of his “big mouth” With Congress rebels doing much more than any opposition party could the BJP is watching the ruckus in the ruling party with glee Yeddyurappa must be a happy man The BJP improved its 2013 assembly election vote share of 18 percent (40 seats) to 43 percent (17 of the 28 Lok Sabha seats) in 2014 Yeddyurappa is convinced that after the 2018 assembly election at least dakshin Bharat will be Congress-mukht but for the tiny Puducherry which the Congress won as a consolation prize this month Author tweets @sprasadindia such as air quality, The overarching objectives for 2030 are: peaking carbon dioxide emissions around 2030 with best efforts to peak early; 60-65 per cent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions per unit of GDP from 2005; 20 per cent share of non-fossil fuels in primary energy consumption; and 4. During the elections, last month, Polling for state Assembly elections of 5 states —?have recently? 2017 11:20 am Aamir Khan’s Dangal is going strong at China box office.42 crore. including farmer of year award in 1999.

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